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Angry Verbs and Preppy Pigs

Posted March 25, 2014 in Making AAC Work

How many of your kids love to play Angry Birds on their tablets and phones? It can be very addicting and loads of fun.

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Motivate to Self-Advocate

Posted March 18, 2014 in Communicators in Action

As an Ohio transplant living in North Carolina most of his time is dedicated to developing websites and promoting a healthy lifestyle for people with disabilities through physical activity and self-advocacy.

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The Importance of Using AAC with Very Young Children

Posted March 12, 2014 in Stories and Strategies for Success

“Annie Nichols recently shared a guest post on ADVANCE’s Speech and Hearing Perspectives blog discussing the importance of using AAC with very young children.”“

This blog can be viewed in it’s entirety at the ADVANCE’s Speech and Hearing Perspectives blog

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Remember Who You Are

Posted March 5, 2014 in Stories and Strategies for Success

It has been said that this is an era of awakening. For many, this is a reminder to awaken to our spirit self, a side of ourselves that is so easy to push aside with all that needs to be done, in order to carry on in our daily lives.

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